The Diverse Roles of Advanced Paramedic Ltd. in Northern Alberta
In paramedicine, it is no secret that every day is different. But for these four women, employed by Advanced Paramedic Ltd, this especially rings true.
Passionate Pursuits Inside And Outside The Medical Field – Ashley Ghostkeeper (Richard)
When it comes to being a Primary Care Paramedic (PCP), Ashley Ghostkeeper believes this career chose her. She started with Advanced Paramedic Ltd.
Advancing Careers, Education & Empathy – Jessie Roy, Primary Care Paramedic To Registered Nurse
Jessie Roy has a passion for both medicine and growing her career, so being in the medical field has always been a no-brainer. Jessie lives in Calgary and started with Advanced Paramedic Ltd.
WORKING AS A PARAMEDIC DURING A PANDEMIC
Jack Webb has worked as a paramedic in many different settings: on the streets in Edmonton, Industrial Clinics in Northern Alberta, overseas in several countries. Finally, two years ago he joined the APL Indigenous Services Team at Fox Lake Reserve, a very isolated area, relying on a barge to cross the river in summer and an airstrip that operates depending on the weather.
A PARAMEDIC AS A YOUNG WOMAN.
Ever since she was sixteen and working on her lifeguarding certification, Pendra Barrett knew she wanted to become a paramedic. "The life-saving courses I was taking led me to want to learn more, and I felt that EMS was a perfect setting.
ADVANCED PARAMEDIC LTD. ACHIEVING SUCCESS AND MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Twenty years ago, Stephen Woodburn took his knowledge and skills as a paramedic and put them to work with his natural entrepreneurial drive to create Advanced Paramedic Ltd. (APL), today a thriving full-serviced organization dedicated to meeting the medical service needs of Albertans.
PARAMEDICS IN THE SKY
As a teenager, Rachel Zep knew exactly what career path she wanted to follow. While still in high school, she completed the first level of EMS training on weekends, and by the time she was 23, has achieved her ACP certification.